CORONAVIRUS

In the United States, more than 10 million people have already received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

In the United States, more than 10 million people have already received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

The country has already received a total of 30 million doses of the vaccine, with more than 328 million people living in the country. In the United States, more than 10 million people have already received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. This follows data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States (CDC). Thus, ...

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Scientists find out if COVID-19 survivors remain contagious

That means people who got sick during the first wave of coronavirus last spring are already at risk of getting sick again.

Those who have had COVID-19 acquire immunity to the virus for at least five months but may remain carriers of the disease, a study by Public Health England (PHE) suggests. “Researchers in the study concluded that naturally acquired immunity from the disease is 83 percent more protective against reinfection compared to those who did not get sick. The immunity lasts ...

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“A perfect storm.” WHO foreshadowed an even more difficult year of the COVID pandemic

"A perfect storm." WHO foreshadowed an even more difficult year of the COVID pandemic

World Health Organization Emergency Program Director Michael Ryan speculates that the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic will be more severe than the first, “We’re entering the second year of the pandemic – and it could be even more severe, given the dynamics of its coronavirus – the spread and some of the problems we’re seeing,” he said. According to ...

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WHO international expert team arrives in Wuhan

WHO international expert team arrives in Wuhan

A WHO international team of experts has arrived in Wuhan, China, to investigate the origin of COVID-19. Ambulances and workers in protective suits are waiting outside the airport for the experts. Earlier, Chinese authorities had warned the new arrivals that they would have to undergo quarantine. It lasts for two weeks in China. The group of experts includes representatives from ...

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The Ministry of Health of Venezuela registered a Russian vaccine against coronavirus Sputnik V.

Venezuela registered the vaccine Sputnik V

The Ministry of Health of Venezuela registered a Russian vaccine against coronavirus Sputnik V. This is stated in a statement of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF). RDIF noted that the registration of the drug was carried out under an accelerated procedure. “Under a similar procedure, the Sputnik V vaccine was previously registered in Argentina, Bolivia, Serbia, Algeria, and Palestine,” ...

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Turkey approves emergency use of Sinovac vaccine

Turkey approves emergency use of Sinovac vaccine

Vaccination of health workers in the country will begin on January 14. The head of the Ministry of Health has already been vaccinated against coronavirus. In Turkey, the Pharmaceutical and Medical Equipment Agency has authorized the emergency use of the CoronaVac COVID vaccine from Chinese manufacturer Sinovac Biotech. This was reported by Anadolu on Wednesday, January 13. In doing so, ...

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China responded sharply to Johnson’s words about the origin of the coronavirus

China responded sharply to Johnson's words about the origin of the coronavirus

The Chinese Foreign Ministry commented on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s statements about the origin of the new coronavirus. This is reported by Bloomberg. Earlier the head of the British government blamed the COVID-19 pandemic on medical practices using pangolins. The British edition of the Daily Mail saw in his words a “thinly veiled criticism” of traditional Chinese medicine. “The ...

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U.S. administration calls for vaccination of all Americans over 65

U.S. administration calls for vaccination of all Americans over 65

Plans to release vaccine doses deferred for booster shots The Trump administration plans to release doses of the coronavirus vaccine that have been set aside for repeat vaccinations and recommends that states offer them to all Americans over age 65, Health Secretary Alex Azar said Tuesday on ABC. The move is in line with President-elect Joe Biden’s plans to speed ...

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Court in Peru blamed Gates, Soros and Rockefellers for creating pandemic

Court in Peru blamed Gates, Soros and Rockefellers for creating pandemic

The court ruling names the “authors of the new world order” who, according to the court, are the creators of the coronavirus pandemic. The Court of Appeals of the Peruvian provinces of Chincha and Pisco accused Microsoft founder Bill Gates, investment banker George Soros, as well as members of the Rockefeller family of billionaires of creating a pandemic coronavirus. The ...

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Foreign Minister of Colombia infected with coronavirus

Foreign Minister of Colombia infected with coronavirus

The head of Colombia’s diplomacy, Claudia Blum, reported being infected with the coronavirus, she is feeling well and continues to work from home. “I inform Colombians that due to a case that occurred in my family, I began preventive isolation earlier and tested positive for COVID-19. The result of the test was positive,” the message reads, The minister also reported ...

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